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>> i can't wait to get a glimpse of him. >> reporter: in new yk friday francis speaks to the u.n., visits ground zero and holds mass at madison square garden, ing a star-studded afternoon including performances by harry connick, jr., glovia nifer hudson and en to the city of brotherly love,ispeaking at independence hall at the original lectern abraham lincoln used for the gettysburg address. more than a million people are philadelphia. these nuns working overtime for two months to bakee100,000 communion wafers. >> we're just grateful to be able to participate in this way with the pope's mass and we're going to pray for everyone there, and we ask for their prayers s well. >> reporter: it is expected to be a quiet first night for francis here in the u.s. he lands today at asbout 4:00 p.m. the chances of seeing him, we're told, a nextglo none. today he'll head directly to his quarters for the night. of - urse, popes don't stay in hotels. they stay on church property. home turf.
will stay at what effectively is the vaticatts embassy here in washingttn which is just across the street from the vice esident's residence. will come to see the president in person at his residence tomorrow morning just after 9:00. matt and savannah. >> by the way, we'll be live at the white house tomorrow morning for the show. we expect to hear the pope speak about 18 times in all during his six days here in the united states, mos tly in spanish, his native tongue, but he will speak at least four times in english, motor notably when he addresses a joint meeting of congress. >> joint security operations as you might guess in all three of these cities are absolutely massive involving tens of thousands military police and counterterrorism personnel. in philadelphia alone, get this, there will be enough traffic barriers to close off a four and a half square mile area and the mass that peter talked about will have more than 40 jumbo trons so the crowd can catch a glimpse of the pope. >> the pope is coming with a bit of an entourage, 30 strong ranging from the vatican police iefnto swiss guards and a
translator, monsignor mark miles wh has a decidedly british accent and an interesting side note. if you ordered the new iphone you could experience a holy delay. ups says they will not be making some pickups and deliveries in certain areas during the pope's visit. fedex customers could also see some delays. >> they have a good excuse in this case. meantime, let's move t poll tirk. the republican race for president is spauler. wisconsin governor scott walker announced the end of his campaign but not before taking a swipe to the man at the top of polls. we'll talk about that and more with bill o'reilly and also a look at what trump is saying about him on twitter. right now hamly jackson with more on gop race. good morning. >> reporter: scott walker's early exit setting off the scramble of other candidates to lock down walker's supporters and donors. the wisconsin governor who didn't endorse anybody else left with a parting shot at donald trump without mentioning his name and what you could call
field on how to beat the current leader. once the front-runner in iowa where he had been making his play, scott walker is now out of the game. >> i believe that i'm being called to lead by helping to clear the field in this ration. >> reporter: leading by leaving, he says, and encouraging other candidates to consider doing the same. >> so that the voters can focus on a limited number of candidates who can offer a positive conservative alternative to the current front-runner. >> reporter: consider that a dig at donald trump. >> i think he's a terrific guy and a nice guy, and i think it's been tough for him. >> reporter: for walker, it's a stunning free fall after winning three tough elections in four years, facing off against unions in wisconsin. >> he'll continue to be a good governor, but we have a plan to win. >> reporter: scrambling to win over walker's supporters, former rivals like jeb bush, marco rubio and ted cruz sitting down with stephen colbert, but it
the audience booed him during a tense debate with colbert over gay marriage. >> and i don't think we should -- >> no, no, no. >> guys, however you feel he's my guest and please don't boo him. >> reporter: will be oscillate night, carly fiorina. >> when people see me they tend to support me. >> reporter: fiorina's surge in the polls clearly catching the attention of trump who is turning up the heat. >> i've heard her speak numerous times be and she uses many of the same lines and it comes out like a -- like a robot. >> reporter: fiorina firing back. >> donald trump has recently said that he wants -- vladimir putin saying he wants to meet with trump when he comes here and that he wants to sit down and have a conversation with him. you've met putin. >> i have, well, the two ofdthem have a lot in common actually. >> reporter: trump's latest target, fox news. on an overnight tweet tirade he said he had a hard time watching the cable network and re-tweeted others who slammed fox arguing trump has been unfairly attacked mentionirn bill o'reilmo saying
that the fox news host gives too much air time to trump haters. matt, savannah? >> hallie jackson, thank you very much. funny you mentioned bill o'reilly. the host of "the o'reilly factor" on fox news and also the co-author of "killing rage an, the violent assault that changed a presidency." bill, good to see you. >> thanks for having me in. >> scott walker, we'll get to the trump tweets in a second. scott walker is out of the race. here is a battle-hardened gove or with a conservative resume. what does it say about the state of the parmy that he's out? he couldn't get any support and donald trump who people question as a conservative is leading the pack. >> well, it just says that fame isur currency in america. nobody knew scott walker. they didn't really know rick perry down in texas. they were both good governors, and everybody knows donald trump. so immediately attention goes to him, and he's so bombastic and charismatic that he draws a
seven percent certain percentage of support. >> he comes after you guys last night. good news, he watches your show. >> everybody watches "the factor," lauer. >> why don't you have knowledgeable talking heads on the show for a change instead of the same old trump haters, boring and he says "o'reilly factor" very negative of me refusing to post great polls including nbc news. fox news not ghod to me. this is a guy who has no problem poking a sharp stick in the eye of the media, his opponents, women. are these the kinds of qualities we want in the white house? >> i've known trump for a long time. he wants people to like him. when people criticize him he takes it personally and then, you know, this machine, the tweeting thing, like the worst thing you can give donald trump is this tweeting thing so i just think this is an extension of his reality show, "the apprentice." this is just theater right now. he gets a lot of attention from the theater. there are a lot of people who
like him because he is the non-politician in a country that's really in trouble, where the other politicians are frightened. he's not frightened so that's why people support him. the personal stuff is a pithal, lauer. >> when you and i get together you predict a lot of things, sub-who likes to look to the future. i'm going to say you're bake here in six month promoting your next book. is donald trump going to be leader of the pack, middle of the pack, out of the race? >> i think he'll be competitive. >> not the front-runner? >> i can't say that with any certainty because there's so many variables that happen, but i think trump has been good for politics in america, and i'm the only one that says that. everybody else is bashing the hell out of donald trump. that's the chic thing to do. he has engaged people and forced them to pay attention and they are paying attention and that is good for america. pay attention! the country's in trouble. >> before you go, let me ask you
carson made the other day about not being able to support or advocate for a muslim to lead this nation. do you agree with that? >> well, i mean, carson believes that the country was founded on judeo-christian philosophy which it was. so if you're a muslim in his mind you don't adhere to that philosophy. you have you r own, so he says that's not a good fitted for america. that's his opinion. he's entitled to it without being branded a racist or whatever. this is what's wrong with this country. we need vibrant debate and stop with the nonsense. if that's what carson believes, that's okay with me. >> and let the voters decide. >> that's right! >> bill o'reilly. >> all right. >> always good. >> i'm coming back, right? >> all right. >> later in the show to talk about his new book "killing reagan," the 43rd in the series. >> all very successful. >> savannah, over to you. guys, thank you so much. we turn to natalie now. another reason the secret
service is apologizing this morning. >> that's right, another controversy crowned-of-surrounding the secret service. this morning the service apparently ordered hundreds of parents and their cancer-stricken children out of a park this weekend disrupting their plans for a clijil. nbc's senior white house correspondent jis jansing joins us now with the latest. chris, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. the secret service completely reviewing its security procedures for when the president comes and goes from the white house after what happened saturday night in lafayette park behind me. 750 people were there. half of them children. they had a per mid the but the secret service essentially shut them down while the president was away from the white house giving a speech. we talked to several of them including 11-year-old natasha gould who keeps a blog about her brain cancer. she said she went back to her hotel room and cried. the entire family of another child, 12-year-old kiley meyers who they said a lot of people
had to leave because their children needed their medication. well, yesterday, joe clancy, the head of the secret service, called organizers and gave them what they said was a heartfelt apology and offered to actually speak at the event when they are able to reschedule it which they hope to next month, and natasha, whose blog is unbelievably upbeat, was upbeat when she talked to us again saying, well, at least this way they are getting a lot more publicity for the cause too close to her own heart and that is the fight against childhood cancer. natalie. >> chris jansing in washington for us. thank you, chris. a navy fighter jet crashed in california on monday, but the pilot ejected and safely parachuted to the ground. no one else was afford the fa-18 super hornet that crashed into a dirt field near lemoore naval air station. a tire from the crash was quickly extinguished. officials say the pilot is in good condition. a former peanut company executive was sentenced monday to 28 years in prison.
knowingly shipped salmonella-tainted peanuts. it's the toughest penalty ever for a corporate executive in a food poisoning outbreak. stewart's brother michael was sentenced to 20 years in prison. the deadly outbreak in 2008 and 2009 was blamed for the deaths of nine people and sickened hundreds more. a north texas home was leveled monday by a massive explosion seriously injuring two people. it happened just south of dallas and residents say the blast shook their homes and sounded like a bomb going off. two people were airlifted to an area hospital and three people were treated for minor injuries. firefighters are working with the gas company to determine if there was a leak. >> and this one just right out of the movies. two inmates escaped a kentucky corrections center on monday by tying bedsheets together and climbing down the side of a four-story building. christopher cornelius and mat two johnson were being held on drug charges and both on work details in a building where they
managed to escape. cornelius is back in justity and police are still looking for johnson. newly released video shows frightening moments last week when a florida school bus carrying 27 elementary school kids plunged into a upon. surveillance video shows the bus blow right through a housing community gate, and it crashes into the water. none of the kids was seriously hurt. police say a number of factors could have led to that crash, including speed, but they say they are still working to determine the cause. and some absolutely incredible video this morning showing a man who is truly lucky to be alive. take a look. this is in saudi arabia. the man casually walking down the street when a pane of glass falls right on top of him, knocking himmed to the ground. amazingly, you see he gets right back up and walks away. he was okay. thankfully the glass did not hit him in the head. gosh, that is just remarkable. he is so lucky to be alive. >> just a skyscraper where
windows were falling out haphazardly. >> off the building, i don't know. >> oh, my gosh. >> crazy, but so lucky. >> natalie, thanks very much. >> mr. roker. >> well, we're looking at some papal weather because a lot of people will be coming out to see the holy father over the next several days and right now to start things off looking pretty good. we start off in our nation's capital, and for this afternoon about mainly cloudy skies. at 4:00 p.m. 74 degrees. tomorrow, fabulous weather and temperatures into the upper 70s and thursday as we will looking pretty good. then holy father touches down here in new york city on thursday afternoon. it's going to be a warm evening. partly cloudy skies and nice weather right through the week on into saturday. however, by sunday, saturday and sunday when he gets to philadelphia, there's a system we're going to talk about in the next half hour that may cause some problems. we're going to get to not so long ago, on a street just around the corner... i'm home. hi dad the force was strong between father and son. you got it? what are you doing buddy? it's my ewok happy dance!
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7:26 right now. a bit of a wait on the belt parkway by jfk. it's tuesday, september 22nd. good morning, i'm michael gargiulo. pope francis traveling from cuba to washington, d.c. this afternoon. by thursday, he'll be here in new york. news 4's katherine creag joins us from the upper east side with a look at how this visit will affect getting around the city. kat? >> reporter: you said it, michael. we're two days away from the pope's arrival. he'll be staying here on east 72nd street. we're seeing nypd tow trucks removing vehicles around here. no parking. parking restrictions went into effect overnight. they last until saturday evening. as for drivers and pedestrians, they should expect road closures, road restrictions and security restrictions all around
also deliveries might be affected, ups and the postal service as well, michael. >> thank you very much, kat. we want to check in with lauren and find out about the commute. >> michael, we have an accident on 84 eastbound out by route 312. tractor-trailer fire has been extinguished. delays still heavy. an accident by pleasantville road causing delays. disabled school bus heading westbound on the cross bronx expressway by the sheridan still out there. past the bruckner interchange. bqe eastbound by meeker morgan avenues disabled. we'll be right back with
starting out cloudy. it stays cloudy. breezy, cool, 74. not bad. upper 50s tonight with a clearing trend. first day of autumn tomorrow at 81. the pope arrives thursday, 80. with a mix of sun and clouds. about 74 on friday. weekend cloudier and cooler. touch of rain by the time we reach the end of sunday. coming up on the "today" show, jeff rossen brings you the powerful free app that is keeps you and your child connected
in all he'll spend six days here, including stops in new york and philadelphia. a security operation that we haven't seen before. we're going to have much more on pope's visit and his popularity just ahead. in politics, wisconsin governor scott walker is the headline. he has ended his campaign for the republican presidential nomination. and now he's encouraging others to do the same without naming donald trump. walker said he would like to see more of a limited number of candidates who can offer a positive conservative alternative to the current front-runner. >> front-runner equaling trump there. >> and a navy fighter jet crashed in california last night near a military base outside fresno. the pilot managed to eject and safely parachute to the ground. the cause of that crash is still under investigation. >> meantime, a lot of people get their prescription drugs and have a bit of sticker shock and wait until you hear this, the 32-year-old head of a pharmaceutical company, face of global outrage this morning because he raised the price of a
life-saving drug overnight by 5,000%. it's a controversial decision, and he is defending it. nbc's tom costello has the story this morning. tom, good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, this is a growing phenomenon. dramatic increases in drug prices raised by pharmaceutical companies focused on bottom line and this company in particular causing this firestorm. let's say this one more time, raising priced by 5,000% for one drug that's been around for 62 years. now the heat's being felt from wall street to the campaign trail. it's enough to make you sick. drug prices not just doubling or tripling, but in some cases soaring 2,000%, 3,000%, even 5,000%. the latest bombshell by a company called turing pharmaceuticals which recently acquired a drug called parmim raising the price from $13 a tablet to a stunning $750 a tablet. >> there's no regulation in
place that says you have to keep the price where it is. >> reporter: daraprim helps with infections sometimes contracted by aids patients and the ceo defend the move insisting the money will go to develop a better version of the drug. >> this is the more appropriate price for daraprim. at this price daraprim is actually still on the low end of what orphan drugs cost and we're certainly not the first company to raise drug prices. >> i mean, it's days graceful. >> reporter: speaking at an event in little rock hillary clinton started to hold drug companies accountable for their prices. >> nobody in america should have to choose between buying the medicine they need and paying their rent. >> reporter: across social media people blasted shkreli's decision making him immediately unpopular but skrely is fighting back tweeting the lyrics to a song by rapper eminem. it seems like the media points a finger at me and i point one back at 'em but not the index or pinky. >> in response to all of this attention and doctors and patient groups saying they can't access this drug, are you going to change the price? >> no.
watching very closely. biotech stocks on wall street today following hillary clinton's focus on the issue of drug prices. the index of biotech stocks dropped 5% on monday. shkreli, by the way, remains dev yapt and will not drop the price of daraprim, he says. guys, back to you. >> tom costello, thank you very much. >> understand the need to invest in better drugs but 5,000% an crease seems way out of bounds. >> that's what got a lot of people talking for sure. >> let's get a check of the weather now from al. >> guys, we're actually still in the hurricane season. we can have a tropical development at any time. right now the national hurricane center watching this area, investigation area, 97-l, 250 miles southeast of cape had race and stationary and 30-mile-per-hour winds. can you see we've got some showers now coming off the coast and rip currents that will start to develop so we're going to watch this over the next several days because it's slowly going
bringing showers with it, gusty winds and rip currents and we look for this to move further north as the weekend wears on, but through saturday some areas picking up 3 to 5 inches of rain along the coast, and this could make its way in philadelphia in time for pontiff's visit. we'll continue to track that. for today we've got sunshine in the northeast. gorgeous last full day of summer. along the mid-atlantic coast and midwest. showers and thunderstorms through the southwest and gorgeous day along t al, thanks very much. lots of clouds this morning. sticking around the bulk of the day. we could see peeks of sunshine later on this afternoon in parts of the area. high temperature 74. close to normal but a cool breeze out of the norts and east keeps it comfortable. a clearing trend tonight, upper 50s in the city. 40s in the distant suburbs north and west. day one of fall tomorrow arrives at 4:22 in the morning. 81 with lots of sunshine. 81 when the pope arrives on thursday. friday, a few more clouds in the 70s. cooler and more clouds for the
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and with this first visit to the united states he hopes to re-energize the faithful and open the doors of the church with a message of inclusion for all. >> millions show up just for a glimpse. he is a pope who has inspired many. catholics and none catholics alike from the very start. >> dressed in a simple white robe he became pope francis in march 2013 in 00or of the pate tron saint for the poor and has walked in his steps ever since. >> i think he's been a breath of fresh air for the catholic church. he has been a man who has called people to a simple way of life. everybody refers to him as the people's pope, and i think he's been very outgoing and engaging to people. >> over the last two years this media-savvy pontiff has used the spotlight to expose the world to the plight of those who suffer. one of his first acts as pope shocked many.
in his public audiences he often breaks free from the pope mobile security seeking out suffering. and his dinner guests at the vatican have included the homeless. his actions sending a powerful message. >> i've definitely seen images of him reaching out to people that i don't even know if necessarily i would be talking to on the street, and he's this big public figure, and i think it sends a really great message. >> reporter: and francis is a pope of surprises. just weeks ago an unscheduled stop to buy glasses in rome drew a huge crowd of fans. pope francis reportedly insisting on the way out that the clerk charge him full price. on a trip to naples the pope accepted a pizza delivery to the pope mobile, and on a trip to brazil his motorcade took a wrong turn into one of the worst neighborhoods in rio. what did he do? he rolled down his window and blessed the crowd. >> it's not like turn the car
was just like, well, i'm here, i might as well spend some time with these people and that's the thing that has attracted people to him. >> reporter: he hasn't shied away from controversy, addressing hut button issues, calling it a moral duty to protect the environment. and encouraging immigration reform and even taking on capitalism. he has encouraged forgiveness for women who have had abortions, moved to make annulments for divorced couples easier and in addressing homosexuality he said simply whom am i to judge. his message of inclusion and mercy resonate with many. >> his openness and compatibility to more than just catholics, to the culture and to accept everybody, even the gay lesbian groups. >> reporter: pope francis says he is open to continued discussion of these issues while staying true to church doctrine
world we live in, participating in a google hangout and embracing social media, he tweets in nine languages and even taking selfers in st. peter's square. >> somebody said like he was just as famous as justin bieber, just as cool as him or something. i thought that was pretty funny. >> reporter: well, the pope has never been to america before, and on this first visit to the country he said he really wants to meet the people here. he wants to get to know them, listen to him. so we're going to try to help him out with that and we would like to know what you think. we hope you'll send us your thoughts on what you think it means to be a good catholic using the #stateoffaith. good catholic. >> interesting to hear the comments on that. i also want to tell people that you'll join us tomorrow morning live on the south lawn of the white house for the pope's historic meeting with the president, and you're going to be back a little later in this show with more of our do you believe series? this morning the man behind a provocative new take on story of adam and eve. >> maria, thank you.
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it's amazing. >> this award started in 2013. "amazing race" in my own defense prior to this sunday night at the emmys had won 10 out of 12 years. we took one, "top chef" took one. >> ye of little faith. >> we got lucky. >> so excited. >> thank you very much. we were stunned. as i wag telling you, sit us all together so you're there with competitors and friends in the business and when they said our name abss,utely stunned and made the trip out there worth it and certainly really nice. >> got a good welcome home from the kiddies, too. >> it's great. there's my son making signs and handed me the emmy and a whirlwind trip. we went on sunday night and came back on the red eye and flew with it. they engrave it at the governor's ball afterwards. >> very cool. >> congratulations. >> i know the night wasn't perfect for you because i read your instagram feed. you said come on #budlight. i just won an emmy and all i
>> bud light has been running ads, every team in the nfl. oakland raiders fan and bien trying to find out how to get an oakland raiders bud lightcan. >> all you've got to do? >> oh, my gosh, is it real? >> yes. >> you got it. >> chug, chug, chug. >> right now. >> oh, gosh. >> that's awesome. >> toast for carson. >> thank you. >> cheers. >> go raiders. >> pizza wrap. >> you know what goes good with beer is a good pizza. >> let's do pizza rat. less than 24 ho hs, this is the ydeo that's gone viral and today everybody will be talking about pizza rat. ending, over a million views. tweets hilarious. mark just left my wife and kid to start a new wife with pizza rat and a whole place life called "an interno mountain high enough" and gilbert gottfried
the phone seeing if i get hired by the voice of pizza rat. cheers to you. >> congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> coming up, joan lunden on what she's doing to inspire a lot of other himen. we're happy to have her back. >>, tehis is amazing. >> but first your local news. these lienle warriors are in a big fight. today, 1 in 5 kids diagnosed with cancer will not survive. and that... is unacceptable. at st. jude children's research hospital we won't stop until no child dies from cancer. thy.is september, ploease join st. jude in our fight to end childhood
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live look there at the brooklyn bridge. 7:56 on this tuesday, september 22nd. i'm michael gargiulo. investigators trying to determine the cause of an early morning house fire in new jersey. a fire breaking out in fire. the roof eventually collapsed. two neighboring homes were damaged. no injuries were reported fortunately fortunately. michael grimm heads to prison for the start of an 8-month sentence. he will serve the time at a medium security prison. he filed a false tax return, accused of trying to hide a million dollars in sales receipts from a manhattan restaurant that he owned. right now, we want to look at the morning commute with laeyuren. >> thanks, michael. new jersey transit commuters. the trains are subject to 20-minute delays in and out of new york penn station because of a disabled amtrak train. otherwise, the rails look mood. on the roads, a delayen the
catoel area. cause of an early tractor-trailer fire. one on 280 westbound in newark. also blocking two nes. back to you, michael. let's check the weather. cloudy, high of 74. clear and cool. high of 640 degrees 0 degrees. thursday, sunny a few clouds with the pope's arrival in new york. 80 degrees. coming up on the "today" show, the do you believe series with a new book turning the biblical story of adam and eve on its head. another local update in half an hour.
it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, your child safety at your fingertips. jeff rossen on the apps meant to keep your kids out of harm's way. >> the three safety apps every teenager should have. it tracks them in realtime as they are walking alone, and if somebody comes by and attacks them and the phone falls out of their hands, one of them will
their exact location. then, joan's journey. how is joan lunden doing in her brave battle with breast cancer? >> it's a very kind of mixed set of emotions and kind of re--entering normal. >> and what she's doing to insp e others fighting the disease. and up, up and away. jennifer lawrence's balloontastic surprise for aim schumer after her emmy win, today, tuesday, september 22nd, 2015. [ cheers and applause ] >> here from iowa. hi, dad. >> we just got married. >> celebrating our honeymoon in new york city. >> celebrating our anniversary all the way from original county, california. >> celebrating my 0th birthday
carolina! around good morning, everyone. welcome back to "today." it's tuesday, september 22nd. 8:00 out here on our plaza. great to have everybody along with us. beautiful morning. >> it's so cute because if you look wrangler is looking at carson going where's the emmy, man? where's the emy. >> he wants the treat. this is your emmy. >> oh. >> beautiful day for the last full day of summer. >> perfect. >> here in new york. >> fall comes in tomorrow morning at 4:21 a.m. and it's going to be warmer than usual for a lot of folks. >> love to hear that. bill o'reilly about the topics. coming up, he's going to be back to talk about his brand new book. this one is called "killing reagan," how an attempt on the president's life impacted his white house legacy. >> interesting to catch up with him but first the top stories of newsroom. president obama is preparing to personally welcome pope francis when he arrives in a few hours on his first trip to the united states.
his visit to cuba by celebrating mass and meeting with families and immigration. his washington schedule includes a ceremony at the white house on wednesday and an address to congress the following day. well, republican presidential field is a little less crowded this morning. wisconsin governor scott walker night. he said the republican candidates have become too focused on personal attacks instead of important issues, and he urged others to quit so a challenger can emerge to take on the current front-runner donald trump who he did not mention by name. democratic contender hillary clinton is expected to provide new details today on her plan to hold the line on prescription drug prices. at a campaign stop on monday mrs. clinton said she would cap monthly and annual out-of-pocket costs for patients with serious or chronic health conditions and mrs. clinton also tweeted about what she called outrageous price gouging by companies that buy older drugs and then turn them
into xpensive specialty drugs. volkswagen admitted today that 11 million of its diesel vehicles were fitted with software designed to defeat pollution testing devices. the world's top-selling automaker also issued a profit warning to investors as it faces hefty fines and other fallout. the scandal began unfolding friday when u.s. regulators revealed that vw rigged cars so that they could pass smog tests even though they exceeded legal pollution levels in normal driving. an update now on a story that we brought you yesterday about a southwest airlines flight attendant who appeared to slur his words and fall asleep on a flight from birmingham to dallas. airline says it has supervisors meet the flight upon arrival into dallas to assess a flight attendant on board. it says although the captain on board the flight and supervisor on the ground did not witness or detect any unusual behavior the employee acknowledged a potential reaction to new medication prescribed by his physician and we made the proactive decision to remove
that employee from duty for the remainder of the day. steep hills and valleys, ordinary stuff for biking trail biking champ kenny belet so he decided to take on this, a much bigger challenge. kenny practiced for months to right across that line swung 370 feet high in the french alps and you see, that even there a very close call left him dangling mid-air but kenny, nicknamed the magician, finally managed to pull off the trick and so his next goal makes you a little dizzy looking at that video. >> that's a laugh riot. >> he wants to be the first person to ride a bike on the moon. >>ed to the moon or on the moon. >> so he fell off and managed to hang on and get the bike back on and get back on it. >> continued to cross. >> and laugh. >> and nik wallenda is saying get my agent on the phone. >> natalie, thank you. a new rossen report. this morning new technology to keep your kids safe when you can't be with them. >> "today" national
correspondent jof resen is here to show us how it all works and how to get it. jeff, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. we're all parents here, and we worry about our kids' safety, especially when they are old enough to walk home alone or when they are away at college. now alarming new research showing nearly 70% of teenagers 14 to 17 have been assaulted and college not much better, nearly 1 in 4 women experienced unwanted sexual contact, but this morning that all changes. we're about to show you three apps on your smartphone that your child needs right now. best part is they are all free to download the technology so advanced you can literally be in your child's pocket as they walk alone. even the cops can. you know how we do it. putting these apps to the test and in just a moment simple tips how to get them. >> your teenager is walking home alone from class from anywhere. nobody knows where she is. if attacked, who would know. last year university of virginia student hannah graham was
murdered, seen her on surveillance video walking alone to a party. months later a pennsylvania college student disappeared after leaving a bar alone. his body was later found in a nearby river. and this indiana university student vanished while walking home one night near campus. she's still missing. but now three smartphone apps designed to change all that. using gps technology to track your child and sense trouble. first up, companion. >> ready to start my trip. >> reporter: today, my producer stephanie is walking across campus and wants someone to know where she is just in case. >> i'm choosing jeff as my companion. >> reporter: she chooses me but it can be anyone in your contact list no matter where they are. >> i'm just getting a text alert right here. hey, jeff, stephanie has requested that you be her companion. keep an eye on her as she is on the move. so you swipe over here, and you hit yes, and, look, it maps it
right out and now i'm tracking her in realtime. >> reporter: companion uses the phones motion sensors to detect any problems so when stephanie's head phones get yanked out i get an alert immediately. >> check in with her to make sure she's okay so i know something is going on. hit okay and now i can call stephanie and even sends an alert if she starts running or drops her phone. the apps creator a group of students from the university of michigan. how did you come up them. >> i'm a college girl walking home alone at night and it's pretty scary so we waned to find a solution. >> reporter: ann number two goes further, called circle of six. allowing to you alert not just one friend but six at a time and beaming them your exact location if you're in trouble. but app mum three may be the most advanced of all called lifeline. not only tracking you but even calling the police instantly. you walk with your thumb on the screen. if your number comes off it sounds the alarm. so we're going to test this out right now.
we're in a park in arlington heights, illinois. the local police have no idea what our exact location s.the app-makers don't know our exact location so what i'm going to do is let go, like i'm being attacked. it's asking for my personal pin number. if i don't enter this in the next 16 seconds, the alarm is going to go off and there's the alarm right now. i'm not going to put in my pin number. >> this is emma from lifeline response, we have received your emergency distress alert. i have notified the local police of the situation and transmitted your gps coordinates. >> wow. >> the police are currently en route to your location. >> so now we wait for the police. can they find me and how long will it take? the lifeline call center is tracking me live. >> he's right at that intersection of west mount avenue and mitchell avenue. >> 6 foot, brown hair, green eyes, approximately 39 years old. >> reporter: within minutes
police are here. >> are you okay, sir. >> reporter: the app called me and you found me here. what do you make of this? >> it's a good app. i'm a daughter who is 13 and i'll have her put it on her phone. hope she never needs it but if need rises it's there for there. >> reporter: these apps can be for anybody walking alone who don't feel safe. these are free to download right now. that's the important part. lifeline gives you 30 days free and then you pay $4.99 a month. these apps and easy instructions on how to download them, i have links on my facebook page right i think a lot of of parents will be headed there today. >> remind me of the story you did last week on the school with all the elaborate technology. technology is great but such a sign of the times. >> the fact that you even need this and think about this is sad. >> might give a lot of parents peace of mind, for sure. jeff, thank you. up next on trending, a bigger danger. sharks or selfies? don't answer too fast. >> all right. and the very definition of
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back now at 8:13. time for the stories that have you talking. matt, i was in your office the other day and started leaving through your copy of "naught" magazine and really saw a deese. take a look at this. the largest yacht ever built. >> just saw this. >> a super yacht that cost $400 million. who saw this coming? it was built by a russian billionaire.
>> oh, my gosh. >> that's a lot of fertilizer. >> you know why he built it. >> his $300 million yacht just was not cutting it anymore. the interior isn't finished anymore and this vessel will have eight floors, pools and an underwater observation room and helicopter pad. >> does it have a sub? >> here's the thing, al. i don't think we can really comprehend this unless we compare it to a boat we all know and love, the love boat, aka the pacific princess. cue that music. it cost $200 million and love boat just a cool $150 million. super yacht is 468 feet lont and 550 feet for the love boat and up to 750 passengers and just 74 passengers for super yacht. two vessels are about even when it comes to top speed. >> does the super yacht have isaac? >> i was going to say. >> captain stubing. >> julie mccoy sold separately. >> speaking of boats, anyone agree with me that if you need a
already have a small dinghy. >> whoa. >> compensation. went a long way around the bay to get to that one. >> slow cap for matt on that. >> whether we like it or not, we're in the age of the selfie. here's the latest gimmick. okay. you're eating breakfast but you want people to know what you're eating. now, people at cinnamon toast crunch have created the selfie spoon. >> no way. >> come on. >> so when you're eating your cereal you can capture every delicious moment. >> what a great idea. >> costs 7 buck. before you buy, it listen up, carson. the folks at mashable crunched the numbers and found this year more people have died from selfies than from shark attacks. >> really. >> selfie-related deaths at eight. >> just so dark. it's hard not to laugh but it's really not funny. >> what about sharks taking selfies? >> that's double the problem. all right. this next one is for you. >> oh, good. >> you ready for this. >> you probably spend hours
>> do i. >> to express yourself. wouldn't it be great to have thousands right at your fingertips. behold the emoji keyboard. >> oh, wow. >> made up of 14 regular keyboards adding up to over 1,000 emojis at your disposal. the guy who built it posted this video on youtube saying it's the most ridiculous thing i've built in a while. friday, 3:00 i'm picking up my kids. savannah, text me her latest favorite emoji. perfect for you. >> christmas is 93 days away. yeah. get right on that. >> got the keyboard for you. >> now it's a pop star. ryan reynolds getting personal and jennifer lawrence's big surprise for aim schumer. carson, if your head isn't too big. >> it's not. >> would you do "pop start" for us. >> ryan reynolds story, a orie of a friend's betravel telling "gq" magazine about a friend he had known for 25 years and then ryan caught this supposed friend trying to sell photos of his
baby daughter. apparently the friend needs cash and ryan said losing him was like death, one of the devastating things to find out. sad story. >> horrible. >> now to the concert getting a lot of buzz, global citizens festival happening this weekend in new york city. leonardo di caprio. >> that's an emmy winning kind of fun. >> sorry, leo. leo and bono, both, you know we're talking about, added to the lineup, pearl jam and beyonce and coldplay. paper dolls >> you drank that whole beer, didn't you? >> yeah, really. >> paper goods. >> the duran duran record and salma hayek is going to be one of the hosts and complains why she is involved using one your favorite mottos. >> do not be somebody a didn't do something to change so i think if we're not happy with the way things work we can't just sit and complain and wait
>> salma co-founder of the charity chime for change. can you see her here at the global citizens festival. willie and tamron will be here and airs this sunday on msnbc. finally the bffs were love. jennifer lawrence and amy schumer. amy won her first emmy on sunday and goes back to her hotel and look what she finds in her room. it's filled with huge balloons, a surprise from jennifer. amy posted this photo of herself on instagram saying never tell jennifer l. your room numbers. many guys would disagree with that but point taken. that's your "pop start." sorry, leo. >> thanks, carson. >> now a check of the weather frommal. >> let's see what we've got as we spin over to the map. shower activity off the southeastern atlantic coast and part of this investigation area that we've got. weather in the southwest. this tropical moisture will be making its way up. remnants of another tropical system but now it will move past the rockies and on into the central and northern plains. 50-mile-per-hour wind gust.
locally heavy downpours and some places picking up to three inches of rain from new mexico all the way down and into parts of texas and on into nebraska. for today we look for plenty of sunshine here in the northeast al, thanks very much. 63 degrees. a lot of 50s. mid and upper 50s. low 60s towards the coast. a fair amount of clouds. breaks of sun at times. gray and breezy, 74. which is pretty close to where it should be. first day of fall feels more like summer. a few more clouds friday, 74. cloudy and cool this weekend. maybe rain sunday. >> and that's your latest weather. matt? >> all right, al. thanks very much. as you know our friend joan lunden feet a very public battle with breast cancer last year. now a survive, she's become an advocate for others in the fight
>> we have been following joan's journey, havy very closely and she is on the other side. joan's made it her mission to help other women battling the disease and overall health and wellness by opening up about her own story. take a look. >> it's been over a year since joan lunden was diagnosed with breast cancer. >> it's a shame you have to go through something that almost takes life away to appreciate it more. >> reporter: she spent nine months battling the disease, a journey she shared with her fans. >> and i'm just trying to build up my stamina. >> reporter: her mammogram was clean but an ultrasound picked up the tumor. >> with all the chemotherapy. >> reporter: she had aggressive stage two triple negative breast cancer.
12 rounds of toxic chemotherapy and then a lumpectomy. >> i have the wires going into the breast. >> reporter: in a brave move joan lunden appeared bold and bald on the cover of "people" magazine. >> we're doing this and losing our hair in order to live and survive and be there for our families. >> pink power. >> reporter: last fall to raise awareness for breast cancer joan tamron and i joined 100 women for our pink power on the plaza. >> we are at the radiation center for my very last dose of radiation. >> reporter: after four more rounds of chemotherapy and radiation every day for six weeks, this past winter her treatment came to an emotional end. >> it's a very kind of mixed set of emotions with the last day and kind of re-entering normal again. >> reporter: now in remission for over five months, a new memoir "had i known" and the
birth of her first grandson joan lunden has a lot to celebrate. >> she certainly does. joan, good morning. >> hi, guys. >> we're all sitting here crying. gets me every time. belated happy birthday. >> thank you very much. >> lots to celebrate. >> oh, yeah. what a difference a year makes. a year ago my daughter lindsey gave birth to little parker and it was one of the sickest days. i was in the middle of chemo and i just wanted everything to be wonderful that day and i didn't want anybody to know how bad i felt and here a year later little mason was born, a beautiful little boy, two weeks ago today, and, you know, i'm strong and i'm through the journey. i survived. >> well, you know what's great, you've had an amazing life. you've worked -- you worked on "good morning america," you traveled the world and now you have like a purpose-driven life. >> yes. >> it's completely changing gears, right in. >> i think it's hard for someone
say that cancer was actually a gift, but i have to tell you, i mean, one would think it would be a year i would want to forget but it was really very memorable and it changed the trajectory of my life and my career. i'm in washington advocating for women's health. i wrote the book. i started the channel alive with joan, and -- and it's all good. i like the fact that it kind of propelled me and put me out in front inform. >> but i was thinking about you last night. before you went through this, did -- could you have envisioned yourself as an advocate? did you think you'd be kind of person who would get out in front of something like this? >> i've always been a health advocate for women. i think i'm that wannabe doctor that never became a doctor, but this -- this i never would have imagined myself being in front of the breast cancer world. i used to see everybody in pink, and i don't know if i really got it. well, believe me, i now get it.
there's an incredible healing in the power of just everybody reaching out and i think it's a natural instinct that if you make it through and you survive that you made a little pact with that lady upstairs. >> not lost on me, that's all right. >> that all reached my hand and will help someone else. >> some people are shaped by breast cancer and some are defined by them and it becomes their calling. how does it feel with people who have looked at you and everything you've accomplished in your life and that's what they see now? >> nobody needs to be defined by my breast cancer but in my case i think i'm a little bit different because i understand that i have the potential of making a difference in this fight so if when, you know, the end comes, that little dash of my tombstone represents what i can do in this world, i'm fine with that. i'm good with that. >> you're going to be a special correspondent for us all month long, breast cancer awareness month, and as part that have you're going to have a lot of
air tim ote to communicate things to others who are still in the fight. are there two things that jump out at you that you want others to know? >> first of all, women have to be vigilant. the only ones monitoring our own body. do body self-exams. don't worry about articles that say it will raise your anxiety. you need to be your own best advocate and need to do what's going on get all your screenings because the whole thing is you want to catch it early. if you catch it early, we live in a wonderful time with amazing medicine, and the other thing, if you happen to be diagnosed, once you get over freaking out and you will, expect to win. it makes a big difference. expect to win and be vigilant and be -- try to stay engaged in life. >> one of my bosses said, great statement. he said i know a lot of women with breast cancer and they all have one thing in common and i said what's there? he said they are still here, so it is, if you find it early, it's up of things we can get.
joan, so excited about having you here all week. starting next thursday and friday you're going to have lots of surprises. we're going to see you out on the plaza, so for more information got to sign up. go to today.com. find that pink power button and -- and get with joan. >> yeah. happy birthday again. >> thank you. >> great having you with us. just ahead, private tragedy in the public eye. we're going to talk to kim goldman 20 years now after the o.j. simpson trial but her family in the spotlight. but, first, we'll take a look at
live on the george washington bridge. 8:26 on tuesday, september 22nd. a man is recovering after scratching into a row of businesses in west islip. he was driving a white maserati that bound into a bagel shop and chicken restaurant. both stored closed at the time. he was taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening issues. we still have up to 20-minute delays in and out of new york, penn station because of a disabled amtrak train. on the roads, we have an accident coming off the upper level of the george washington bridge.
it is 35 minutes into the upper level tolls. thanks so much. coming up on the weather. >> it's going to be cloudy with a high of 74. tomorrow, mostly sunny. it will be the first day of fall and it will be 81. friday, sun and clouds for day two of the pope agent visit. saturday, cloudy. coming up on the "today" show, food for some of your favorite fall munchies.
it's the 22nd day of september, 2015. last full day of summer. big crowd out on the plaza. as always, we thank you for being here. >> good morning, everybody. we'll glad to have you with us this morning. talking a lot about faith and coming up maria shriver is back with a story about a controversial author with a controversial new take on one of th e bible's best stories, adam and eve. >> and also bill o'reilly will be back to talk about ronald reagan, his legacy and impact on this year's presidential race. >> and 20 years after the o.j. simpson trial kim goldman, ron goldman's sister, speaks about how it change her life forever. >> "best time" with neil patrick harris premiered last week on nbc. tonight alec baldwin will be the special guest announcer and pop star joe jonas and britney spears will be there tonight. good luck to neil patrick harris. a real fun show. >> a big hit? how about a check of the weather. >> let's show you what we've got
starting off with today. wet weather down through the southeast into the mid-atlantic states by tomorrow, but in the meantime wet weather through the southwest and sunny skies and cooler as you get into the pacific northwest and gorgeous day into the northeast and on into new england and the great lakes. tomorrow as you can see our papal visit washington, d.c. with the pope tomorrow and this afternoon, i should say, sunshine and decent weather, 74 degrees. wednesday and thursday and temperatures in the 60s. new york city, it looks pretty good as well right through saturday and philadelphia may be the only problem. we look for sunshine on saturday but showers late on sunday afternoon. midday right on into the evening hours. and we've got some nice friends here from ucp, all part of team ucp! all right. thank you, al and friends,
low temperatures, in the 60s. we still have a lot of cloud cover around. sun not doing much to warm things up. showers activity north and west to us. clouds dominate the sky for today. clearing tonight. about 60 in the city. 81 tomorrow with sunshine. 80 thursday for the arrival of the pope. clouds friday. hraeuplt rain sunday. >> you guys just married, my gosh. >> we were. >> us two. >> you were standing -- >> not me and him. him and her. >> all right. glad we could straighten that out. guys, back in to you. >> all right, al. thank you investment. more of our special series do you believe? what if everything you learned in sunday school about the story of adam and eve was wrong? >> that's the story of the new novel "eve" by best selling christian author william paul young and maria is back with that story. >> william paul young makes it clear that his new novel is a
store they's a powerful message about love, self-worth and the importance of women within christianity. trying to open up novel to say was eve really to blame? >> that's part of it. because that's implicit in the story, and that's what we've done historically. >> blame women. >> blame women. >> young, the son of evangelical missionaries says the original scriptures say clearly that the fall from grace started with adam, not eve. one of his recurring and controversial themes is that god is as much female as male. >> i think men are fundamentally mo re lost and i think we're finally beginning to enter a period of time which i think this century will be the century of the woman, not in terms of power but in terms of humanity, authenticity authenticity. >> reporter: young finds hope in pope francis' new more inclusive message.
thanks for his previous book "crossroads." do you find his message parallel or in concert to what you're trying to say in this book? >> it totally resonates, and, you know, the catholic church is a humongous ship. it doesn't turn quickly, and yet you're watching kind of miraculous things happening. >> reporter: in young's own life the blockbuster success of "the shack" was something of a miracle as well. when he wrote it young was working menial jobs that included scrubbing toilets. it's now sold 25 million copies and is being made into a major motion picture starring octavia spencer as god, but young says none of that material success really matters in the end. >> when i wrote "the shack" it was for christmas. i made 12 copies at office depot in gresham, oregon and i went back to work. it was never intended to be published, but before i wrote it, everything that mattered to me was in place.
>> reporter: instead young says he learned to define himself by the strength of his relationship with god and his loved ones. are you trying really to say to men and women return to your relationship with god because that is the only place that you will actually find yourself. >> yes. >> reporter: this is going to happen inside the crucible of real relationships with spouses, with the other, with our children. personhood happens inside relationship. >> reporter: a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, young says it's taken him 50 years to reach a place of peace and self-acceptance and hopes that his books help others on a similar journey. who are you? >> i'm a child. i am pure of heart. i'm kind. i'm gentle. i'm good. i love justice.
to ourselves and to each other. i am thrilled to be human and alive. >> beautiful answer. it's interesting because young comes out of the evangelical tradition, but he says he has a lot of friends who are catholic nuns and really admirers what pope francis is doing in terms of reaching out to women and to changing the narrative on social iswisues. again "eve" was just released and i know it will spark a big debate. it's a novel. it's a notch. he wants to make sure everybody understands that. >> fascinating perspective on life and faith. >> it is, beautiful answer i thought. >> by the way, of course, we'll see you a lot, tomorrow from the white house live as we kick off our coverage of the pope's historic visit. up next, bill o'reilly on ronald reagan's legacy and how an assassination attempt changed his presidency, but first on a
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hi. welcome back. along with being a famed fox news host bill o'reilly is also a best-selling author with his popular "killing" series, and today the latest installment, "killing reagan" is out. it explores the career of ronald reagan, his rise to the white house and the impact of john hinckley's assassination attempt 69 days into his presidency. bill, good morning to you. always good to see you. >> oh, it is not, lauer, come on. >> oh, it is. two-for today. we get you twice. >> there you go. >> good news, ronald reagan, one of t theimost talked about, written about, popular political figures in this country's history. the bad news is a lot's been written and talked and said about him. what's new here? what can you add? >> lots new. we've got some new released documents and archives, transcripts of his phone calls with richard nixon, margaret thatcher, things that hadn't been out before, but the take that we have i think is brand new, that after reagan was shot,
whole psychological and physiological makeup changed and nobody in america knew iutt because you didn't have cable then, didn't have a lot of intrusive press then. they kept it quiet in the white house but everything changed. >> so let's go back. 69 days into the presidency john linkly jr. snoots the president. reagan went on to live into his 90s yeah. >> served two terms. >> yeah. >> but people forget not only how close he came to dying and afhiter he survived people thought he wouldn't be able to continue as president. >> it's very close. that's the key passage in the book is there was a day when he came to the oval office and his advisers, top advisers were there, and they were watching him to see if he can handle the discussion that they had set up for him, and if he didn't, they were going to inform george bush the elder he would take over as president because there is an amendment in the constitution that allows that if the president sun fit. so reagan came within that close to invoking that amendment.
>> and you also write about nancy reagan a lot in this book, and you say that while! she was by his side through his battles with health throughout his long life that there was almost a nancy reagan before the assassination and after the assassination. >> it's like three different nancys. the first one is the very, very ambitious actress who -- who gets reagan and maris reagan and notobody shows up for the wedding except william holden. an amazing scene, right? the second one is the diva nancy reagan who becomes an entitled person after her husband becomes governor in california for two times and then wins the presidency, and the third one is the hero nancy reagan who after everybody despises her, not everybody but a lot of people in the white house, rises tv the oc ision and almost singlehandedly cares for her husband as he goes down into the dementia situation. so it's a fascinating portrayal of the woman. >> i mentioned john hinckley jr., a guy being treated for
- mental ininess since hw took that fateful shot. he's getting more and more freedom each year, more and more visits outside the hospital where he has been kept. do you think he should be set free? >> no. >> ever? >> no. >> he trained himself to be an assassin and went to the firearm ranges, he did everything he could. he wanted to kill jimmy carter. he tried to kill jimmy carter. couldn't get him. then he went to reagan. this man -- he could say he's insane and i'm sure he's got neuroses all over the place but society is not better off watching john hinckley walk around. >>.u interesting watching the republican debate being held out at the reagan library in california. how many vand dates evoerked the name of ronald reagan and try to st themselves in the mold of ronald reagan? does anybody in the current crop mind bou of rinalreagan? >> i can't say that they do because i don't know them that well. reagan is the republican icon because his term was so successful. his two terms were so
successful, and that's what the republicans have to look back on. they can't look back on bushes. they look back on reagan, so he is very relevant today, and the candidate who captures the reagan persona, which is almost impossible because he's so charismatic will be the candidate that wins. >> bill o'reilly, the boo is called "killing reagan." always good to have you here. it is, i mean it. i bookend it with that. >> thanks for having me inu uere appreciate it. >> savannah? >> all right, matt. thank you so much. coming up next, kim goldman 20 years after the o.j. simpson trial. what she is doing now to help other families impacted by violent crimes. 'll talk w th kim cnd catch up with her, but, first, this is
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rights advocate she profiles victims and survivors of high-profile violent crimes. in her new book "media circus. can th "kim, ood to see you. >> good morning, thank you. >> you've been on before and told your story and in this book you're telling other stories, other people in violent rimes in this media spotlight. why did you want to tell these storeies? >> stories that haven't been told yet. no disrespect to the media, stories that go behind the scenes of where the media and public members may have been a little insensitive and i want to show people what it's like to grieve publicly and how hard that is and how comforting it can be. >> a inse e look. you talk to everyone, from sharon tate's sister, remember the manson murders and the wife of the d.c. snipere one s ry or anecdote that s od out to you? >> each story was so unique and
each chapter advise i'ded for that family, they all resonate wi th me because they talk about resilience and how you can gain control in a really uncontrollable situation and the power of healing and growth and the process. i love how each member, you know, found their own voice throughout their process, and i -- i just was inspired by every story. >> aren't there common strands when you have a horrible situation like this and for whatever reason it is of interest to the media. it becomes a national story. of what these families go through, that kind of added trauma potentially to what they are already experiencing. >> you know, itohiis each -- each member that i interviewed every family had a unique situation to them because, you know,othe media was different and social media element added, why sometimes certain sto es ro,se to the top and others didn't. there real wane -- we didn't get to the bottom of it. it was just really teaching and lking abohu what their unique experience was. >> tough lessons for the media in this book. >> how to be respectful and sponsible and how to share a
story that's based in truth and not mistruths and, unfortunately, som imes families don't want to always lk to the media so that's when stories that aren't fact-checked kind of rise up and then the families say, wait, i want to tell my story and get back involved so that ying and yang is really hard. >> it's interesting because i thought it was -- it's kind of a batch of mixed emotion in this with regard to the media because some families felt traumatized byul ad the attention a yet s other families were saying i want to tell my story. >> right. >> i want to tell my story in detail. i want the world to know exactly what happe hd to my loved one. >> right, but knowing how and when and having some control over that i think is probably the most difficult part because you always just want to talk and you want to share and it's not always the right time. >> what did some of the families -- i think about judy shepard, the mother of matthew shepard who was the victim of a gay hate crime or eric garner who was killed in police brutality, what did they say
about being at the center of larger social movements? i remember with esah how hard it was walking down the street and people chanting i can't breathe and people thought they were being supportive and for her it was the last words her husband ever spoke and every time she heard it it was traumatizing and once she understood the reason behind it and why people were doing it slowly began to comfort here and judy shepard emerged as a victims' right advocate and wanted to get involved and leave a legacy for her son matthew and that took years for her to do that and how to gain control back. >> so many people know of you, of course, because you lost your brother ron. the o.j. simpson case continues to captivate people. there's even a miniseries coming out. >> i know. >> does something like that bring it all up for you, not that it ever goes away? do you know what i mean? does it in some ways make it more difficult. >> all the families talk about that. even though they are iving their life privately, it's very public still for people.
people are still invest are vested in these stories and in some ways it's great because there's life lessons and lessons to be learned from the justice system. for me it's right here. i'm learning how to use the media and this book and these stories to educate and empower and teach and hopefully that's the good message people get to it. >> the human beings' pain that you're reading about, they are human beings. >> they are someone's pain. >> it's real pain. >> and for community and public, too, they want to be so spottive and we're real people on other side of it. >> thank you, kim goldman. nice to see you. the book is called "media
first jamie lee . back on a tuesday morning, we have today's birthday wishes, what a cute little baby from our friend willard scott. willard. >> come back to new york and i hope you like the birthdays as much as we do. we've got some today. ettel carroll from san antonio, texas, love the river walk, love it all. 101 years old today. loves to cook, best cook in texas. ken washington, one of the great little towns, alice powell lives there, and she is 101 years old today. we love her and wish her happy birthday. her motto in life is eat dessert first. i agree. >> irving sims from minneapolis, minnesota. 100 years old and his hobby is
he'd have a ball in my house. arthur grewe of bellview, iowa is 107 years old today. we wish him the best birthday in the world. he loves to garden. well, that's all for us. right now we've run out of birthdays but we have more. don't go away too far. >> thank you, willard. appreciate it. >> we have -- we're having a loving moment. wonderful person on the couch this morning. >> who is examining rings. >> that's a ring. >> that's a nice ring. >> thank you. >> how long you been married? >> i've been married 32 years to the same -- to my first husband. >> what's the secret? >> very nice. >> don't get divorced. >> nice. >> it's a fascinating thing. i could write a book on marriage called "don't leave." and then -- >> do. >> please write the book successfully think you have to write the book. >> yeah, yeah, hold on. >> you are hear because you've got a new horror comedy series called "scream queens." >> you can say, it matt. >> it's hard to say. >> no, get used to it. >> as someone known as the
ultimate scream queen did you have to take this show basically? >> i had to take this show because ryan murphy called me up at my house and said i would hike to meet you. i must tell you, i've been an actor for a very long time. done all sorts of things to make a living. but it's very, very rare when somebody with a track record like ryan as a writer and producer calls you at your house and says hi, it's ryan murphy. please come meet me. >> how did you get my number? >> exactly. only happened a couple of times with me, happened with jim cameron on "true lies" and with john cleese on "a fish called wanda" and those are the three times people called and said i want you. >> at first you said no. >> i only want you. >> you said no. >> the show shoots in new orleans and i'm a mom and, you know, i'm married and i'm -- i have a family anjust am not able to relocate so we made a deal where i'm there for a short burst of time, do a lot of work and go home.
>> no, but there are things -- later. >> can we put up that picture real quick, the one you put on instagram recently recreating the scene from "psycho." >> that's amazing. >> great. >> ryan murphy and the boys wrote this into an open sewed and i said, you know, guys, my whole life avoided that. i've literally never stepped in the shower, people wanted to do that, and i said, no, it's my mom's and it's her legacy and for this show, this moment, my mom's been gone long enough now. i'm rooted in my own feet. >> right. >> i think we can now do it. >> the timing was right. >> and we recreated the whole shower scene. >> that's amazing. >> in the show "scream queens." >> that's a great homage to your mom. >> which is on tonight, by the way. >> yes, it is. >> we'll be back with kathie lee and hoda. >> 8:001 to 10:00 on fox.
is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and welcome to "today" on a 2015. i'm al along with natalie and tamron. willie on assignment. my morning jam, i love this song, "oh, me." hula hoop. >> a good one. >> in fenway park, we have alex out on the plaza. >> he's not hula hoping. >> and kate is pretty good at it. >> alex is as bad as i am. >> you've got to move your hips. >> that's one of those skills. >> it's all in the hips. ready >> i can't do it anymore. so weird. >> it's a great workout. >> there we go. look at that. >> hula hooping. >> this is not -- >> come on. >> but, you know. >> especially -- >> never stopped us before. >> coming off a night of melatonin.
>> yes. i took a melatonin tea and still feel asleep. >> hula hooping, wouldn't that wake you up? >> makes you go to sleep. >> whenever i take that i feel dousy. >> isn't that the point. >> but not next day. >> you want to wake up the next day. >> if you're going to nitpick. >> supposed to be perky. >> you said you wanted to go to sleep. didn't say you wanted to wake up. >> be more specific. >> now i know. >> i think alive people, not just roman catholics in this country. >> yeah. >> but i think a lot of people are very excited about pope francis. he's been in cuba since saturday. >> yeah. >> he comes to the u.s. today. this will be his first trip. he's going to land in d.c. at 4:00 and then he comes to new york. he's going up to east harlem at a church. he's going to have a procession through central park h.he's got a mass that's going to be in madison square garden and he's going to philadelphia. >> six days extravaganza. >> really exciting.
he's just -- he's really walked the walk about how to be a good person, a great person by being -- by being humble. >> yeah. i think he's brought a lot of people back to the church who maybe left as well. we'll have the pope's trip covered in just a little bit. >> yes. >> we have the whole lowdown on where he's going to go, what he's going to do and where you may be able to see him. >> what's interesting, i got -- i use a couple of delivery services, like for food and stuff, and they have already said here in new york thursday and friday they are not delivering. >> yes. >> they have already said. >> they sent the memo out. >> so it's the pope delay. >> it's the pope delay. >> a pope delay including for the new iphone 6s that's supposed to ship out. >> if the delay is blamed on the pope, i'll accept it. >> absolutely. >> no holier excuse than that. >> no holier excuse. >> both fedex and ups say shipments could be temporarily disrupted and the new iphone 6
and 6s plus available at 6:00 on friday. >> however. >> however, we have a direct pipeline. >> do we? >> we have katie who is here. >> is that why you're standing there? >> yeah. >> new iphones. >> with the hair, too. >> forget the phone, look at the hair. >> i thought it was the mole tonin. >> i was going to say your hair. the iphone is great and wonderful. please talk about your hair for a sec. that is obsessing. >> that is a hair bow. >> is that a rare weave, what is that? >> that's real hair. >> tied up into a little bow. >> no problem saying i'm going to weave it. >> hair contorts into a bow. >> yes. >> that's a tamron trend. >> that's a tamron trend. >> that's a tuesday trend. >> get to the phone, sorry. >> the pope may or may not delay your iphone. >> is this a rose gold one. >> it is in rose gold. >> besides the color. >> okay. >> is it bigger? >> this is a 6 plus. >> s plus are the same size. >> it's obviously a lot faster. the glass on the screen is actually the most robust in the industry. >> what does that mean?
glass. >> so like -- >> harder than gorilla glass. >> still not shatter proof, brand new and it -- it's custom, too. >> i've been waiting for them to get gorilla glass. >> what is gorilla glass? >> a glass made by gorillas. >> so what's awesome is probably the three new hottest features. >> okay. >> always on siri, don't have to touch the button. >> that's dangerous. >> hey, siri, what time is it on the west coast? >> the time on west coast, california, 6:04 a.m. >> 3-d multi-touch and as soon as i press down it can feel the finger. >> that force touch. >> the little vibration. >> only works on command. i'm concerned about the siri thing. have you ever hit the button and -- >> activated by voice so you customize it to your voice. >> so it's like the touch print only for your voice. >> that's great. probably the biggest deal is the camera inside here, 12 megapixel photos, can take and edit 4x
video which is pretty awesome, but the biggest one is the live photos. >> this is kind of weird. >> a harry potter feature. >> what is it? >> you can hold down any photo and as you're zipping through you can actually see it moving in action so it's a pretty neat little feature. >> video of a photo. >> a little clip is taken before and after. >> oh, wow. >> very neat little feature. >> so people find -- you'll get to see what happens when people count down three, two, one. >> exactly. >> oh, there you go. >> mop it open. >> and then it comes up. >> pop into my screen. >> that's adorable. >> yeah. >> so, again, if you're taking a photo of a kid or pet and don't have that moment that you missed or blinked, kind of need little feature. >> battery life is fantastic, and what's cooley is they are, of course, on record to break the record this week. >> really cool. >> like a blooper reel potentially pause when you're moving around before picture. >> kids are making faces. >> love your skirt, by the way, too. thanks, good.
where are you every day in my life. >> comic strip clothing and hair bows. >> and i have jetsons nails. >> the jetsons. >> jane, jane, stop this crazy thing! >> trends from head to toe. >> how did you get the jetson nails. >> hand painted. >> you have -- you're a human tuesday trend. >> elroy. >> fantastic. >> leroy jetson. >> elroy, leroy. leroy jetson, hey, mom! >> you can tell how much i watch the jetsons. >> leroy jetson. that was a different show. >> i'll lock away any comment that i have right now? thank you so much because anything we say about leroy jets on on. >> weezie jetson. moving on up to the future different theme song. >> no reloy on the jeffersons. >> no. >> jetsons.
>> speaking of theme songs. >> i can't get with you right now. >> did you hear about that. >> justin timberlake theme song. >> stop. justin timberlake was on "late night" with seth meyers and told seth he had never written a theme for a late night talk show but just prepared one for seth and take a listen. >> this is good snow. when you're looking for fun on your tv just switch it on over to nbc and catch the show that's down and dirty on every night at 11:30 hosted by your name it's jim to the i and m, my and when it comes to talent he's got ten gls taupe late night with seth meyers the all new host beyond compare, comparer pair of glasses and jet black hair a show so good it's not even fair it's late night with seth meyers >> stephen colbert. he didn't love it. >> three, four, settle down,
this talk show host is totally british >> nope. >> was it the british? >> james cordin? >> sent it back to oliver and he passed again. >> justin timberlake needs to host a variety show or all late night show. >> his comedic timing is right on. love that guy. >> wow. >> roker, fall day. >> tomorrow. >> take a melatonin again. >> that works wonders. >> when you wake up -- >> i think -- can you do two at once. >> i'm not -- >> come on, come on. >> i'm not, no. >> just come on. >> just a little. >> where's hr? this has got to be a violation of my personal space. >> i'm not. you know why i'm not going to do it because we ask you to do things all the time. can you play the music, you can -- >> oh, my. >> look at this, al, that did not work. >> we ask him to do things all
>> what don't i do that you asked me to do. you can't remember because you're on mole tonin. >> it's something. >> we've got wet weather off the southeastern atlantic coast. afternoon temperatures it's going to get hot, texas on into the central plains and also interior parts of california. cool in new england and seasonal here in the northeast. maybe a little cooler than usual, but then tomorrow it's going to warm up nicely. lots of sunshine from the northeast all the way into the great lakes and mid-plains. wet weather continues dunn through the south and southwest. could be minor flooding, along the west coast, spectacular weather and plenty of sunshine though they could use some of the rain. what's going on over there. >> cloudy start to the day. peeks of sunshine later this afternoon. relatively speaking cool but near normal, 74. a little bit of a breeze. clearing tonight, upper 50s to 60s in the city. 40s north and west.
during the day tomorrow, after a cool start first day of autumn, sunny, warm, 81. the pope arrives thursday. a few more clouds on friday. cloudy for the weekend. touch of rain later sunday. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thanks, al. coming up next, anticipation building for pope francis as tens thousands await his arrival in the u.s. today. excitement i hate cleaning the gutters. have you touched the stuff? it's evil. and ladders. sfx: [screams] they have all those warnings on 'em. might as well say... 'you're gonna die, jeff.' you hired someone to clean the gutters. not just someone. angie's list helped me find a highly rated service provider to do the work at a fair price. everyone can shop, but members get more with reviews, live customer support, and better pricing. visit angieslist.com today. new dannon oikos triple zero is my go to protein snack. protein from yogurt?
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in cuba pope francis is up close and personal with his faithful. >> so like life changing and i honestly have no words. >> now the countdown is on for his arrival in the u.s. >> we've been planning and working around the clock on this for two years and to see it come to fruition, it's real. it really takes your breath away. >> donna is executive director of the world meeting of families and one of the lead planners of pope francis' visit to philadelphia. more than 500 banners have been hung, billboards line the highways, even bars are stocked with their own holy water. >> in philadelphia we don't properly pronounce the word water so it's usually pronounced water. >> it's a play on words, of course, but philadelphia prugh company is out with a real beer made just for the pope's visit. 2,000 gallons worth of kegs, enough for roughly 15,000 glasses and beer-maker bill barton says they are sold out. >> i hope that people that come
product, enjoy the city and leave with a good taste in their mouth. >> the city of brotherly love is the capstone of the pope's six-day visit. his first stop, the nation's capital, where they have had two try runs using a stand-in to make sure the real pope is comfortable when he addresses congress on thursday. >> so what we're trying to achieve here is to give the wholly father his space. >> from d.c. the pope has a whirlwind 24 hours in new york city going from the united nations to the world trade center, harlem, central park and madison all in one day. scalpers have been offering tickets for hundreds of dollars but scott carroll won his in the city's lottery. >> being around thousands of new yorkers, all just really excited to see the pope. i mean, this is his first time here and i can't wait to actually see him in person. >> back in philadelphia the city is setting up for the francis festival welcoming the pope for the first time since pope john paul ii visited 36 years ago. >> this francis festival is
going to be like nothing the city of fiflias has ever seen. there are going to be pilgrims coming from all over the country. more than 100 other countries are coming here to philadelphia. >> parkway in front of those steps made famous by rocky is being transformed into a convertible stage. as you can see in this 3-d rendering, pope's sunday service will be culmination of a two-day party hosted by mark wahlberg featuring aretha franklin, latin star juanes, andrea bocelli and the philadelphia orchestra. >> this is not an address. this is going to be a spectacular event. >> every detail has been scrutinized including the design and construction of the pope's chair. >> i think it's honorable, and it's a total privilege. >> hotels are asking top dollar, but there is one way to save money if you don't mind sleeping on a ship. the battle ship "new jersey" usually hosts boy scout camping trips but this weekend all are welcome. >> price-wise it's pretty
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toward your degree. learn more at phoenix.edu. okay. so in less than 24 hours we'll officially welcome fall so we thought it would be the perfect time to show you a few simple food hacks to all the fruits and vegetable of the season. justin is host of mad food tips for "food & wine" magazine. >> thank you so much. >> love to go apple picking, don't have an apple corer, what do we do in. >> we have here what's called a melon baller. everyone has one of these in their draws. >> never use it. who balls melon anymore. what you'll do is cut your apple in half with a knife. great if you're going to bake the apples and take the wide side of the melon baller and scoop out the core.
scoop out the little stem area and works so great and these are ready for roasting, put them in a pike, ready to go. >> terrific. >> justin, thank you. >> just be, we have the butternut squash that nat and i were talking about. most serious kitchen injuries we experienced is cutting butternut squash. >> sews intimidating, bulky and big and hard to peel. >> this works out great. you're going to actually cut off the end like i did here. >> if this is a hack i should know how to do it. >> there you go. >> okay. >> now what you're going to do is take an ice cream scoop. >> this is amazing. >> so great. >> and then this gives you the nice flat surface, take a peeler and do the same type of peel. >> i prefer the peeler.
>> sweet potato. don't boil sweet potatoes so they have a lot of water content so you roast them. >> for how long? it is probably about an hour until they are nice and tender and when they are nice and warm, just like this, pop them in ice water. >> what does that do? >> it will wrinkle the skin and cools it down for to you handle it and pinch it off like this and then just squeeze it right into a bowl. >> amazing. >> mix in some butter. >> a little bit messy. >> good to go just like we have here or great for sweet potato pie, perfect season for that. >> and then this cinnamon water recipe. this isn't quite produce. >> no. >> but this is the better version of the cinnamon challenge. >> come on, everybody. >> so we need a mint or breath freshener. if you don't have a stick of gum, take a generous pinch of cinnamon and put it in a glass of water and stir it up. this is for you, tamron. >> warm water. >> to distribute the cinnamon
and then you're going to drink it. >> why? >> because it's going to freshen your breath. >> isn't that awesome. >> actually tastes good. >> it does taste good. >> you don't even need any sugar. >> exactly. >> or add a little honey and add a little sweetness. >> this is delish. >> as always you amaze and never disappoint. thank you so much. >> coming up, one of the funniest women in comedy margaret cho bringing back the laughs with a new comedy special and i love yoplait greek 100 whips. the texture's quite nice. it's like...a little fluffy
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didn't do yoga. these improvements were still noticeable nine months later. and encouraging children to eat everything on their plates could set them up for lifelong weight struggles. results of a new study suggest that kids who are pressured to eat even when they feel satisfied are more likely to become overweight or obese. thiney can also lose the natural ability to tell whether they are hungry or full. and a man in saudi arabia is feeling grateful to be alive this morning. e's why. the man casually walking down the street when a pane of glass falls right on top of him, knocks him to the ground. amazingly though he was okay, as you see. he got right back up and walked away. that is truly remarkable. let's get a check of the weather right now from mr. roker. >> i still cannot believe that video, natalie. that's amazing. for today we do have amazing weather in the northeast. kind of a cool start right before fall but then temperatures actually warm up infthe northeast of new england.
we're also looking at cooler and weather wet they are through parts of the southeast due to a system that's off the coast. it's going to stay cool, wind and wet through the southeast b fut beautiful weath again through the northeast and new england and through theroreat lakes. mperatures actually warming up drabove normal for the first day of fall and temperatures stay seasonal out in california. can really use the rain all the way up into the p it feels good. 74. for tonight, a clearing trend. 60s, 40s and 50s in the suburbs. bright and sunny. first day of autumn, 81 degrees. 80 for the pope's arrival. clouding over for the weekend. damp and coole , in the low 70s.
hand that is your late weather. margaret cho has appeared in block buster movies, appeared in television shows and been nominated for multiple grammys. >> and now she has a new show on showtime called "there's no i in team "kwu boston there you a cho inu' psycho. take a look. >> my korean name is moran and my korean name it's the name of kim jong-il's production company so that's how asian that is. i have a friend who is even more asian. her name is -- >> that's good. >> you know, you have not changed in that you remain provocative. >> yes. >> even in this world where, yes, political correctness should be part of the conversation but can't take ut the funny. >> i think because i'm usually the politically cortect police
m feminist, i'm politically progr ssive, i'm queer. i'm usually the one saying you can' sailihat ,o i get to say whatev i want to. u >> you get the get out of jail free card. >> i play the race card, the list card, all on the tabl,0e, all cards played. >> now the crazy card. >> is it you that's a little bit psycho or the rest of the world? >> crazy. going crazy at world. there's so many things to get really frustrated about, you know, just the -- t insanity of police brutality, the cra.y gun violence, the rising tide of violence against women from -- both from cosby to isis, you know, with so much stuff so there's a lot to talk about and a lot to get crazy about, and trying to find healing through the humor, you know. i think that's what the point is. >> and in fact on tour you want to bring some of that healing. are you going to be mayor egone couple. >> yes. >> per night. >> yes. >> on your tour. >> yes. >> and you're going to officiate. >> i'm going to officiate
newsome to marry couples in city hall so i actually held kim davis' job but up like kim davis i did the job so i. >> wow. >> actually doing it and rea y i think it's so rewarding ecause i'veooeen wooking towasds marriage equality for so long and i've long said that, yo fu know, a country that would deny a gay man the rightoto bridal registry is really a fascist one. >> listen. did you have to take a class? did you have to study like the rules of marriage? did you get advice on how to stay married? >> no. you just -- when you officiate a dding, you just go and officiate so you just do it and usually people will have you read traditional vows or they'll ru ead vows to each other and it's very rewarding and i'm pleased. it's wonderful. >> your dad was a comic, joke book writer. >> yes. >> i used to collect when i was
and laughs and my scholastic first book of joke s. what was it like growing up with joke writeers? >> my jokes were totally tasteless books so my sense of humor is much more rotten. he's much more sophisticated than i am and he really encouraged a literary life for me. my mother was not so excited when i told her, i was 14 and said i wanted to be a comedian and she said oh, maybeuit's better if you just die. >> there's a reaction, wow. >> thanks, mom. >> v oue of confidence. >> that's the way koreans are. >> we're a mean race. >> now we're told you have two truths and a lie for us and we have to figure out what is the lie. i'm completely allergic ci squid and octopus. >> okay. >> i can write with both hands classically ambidextrous and even though my family has always thought we were korean i'm actually ethnically chinese. >> oh, that's a tough one.
>> wow. >> i don't know. >> what d tyou think? >> i'm going with yo wu're allergic to octopus. i think that's the lie. >> no, that is the true. >> and -- you tell us what the lie is. t whe lee is that i can't write ith both hands. >> oh, wow. >> so you're in fact chinese. >> i'm actually chinese. i've been lying the whole time. they did a study. > dna test and studied my blood and they were like hey did you know henry lose gates jr. told me i was chinese. l->> you've got to redo acur whole act. >> i have to learn a whole new language. >> but you can insult a whole new group. >> y . >> margaret cho, thank you. >> by the way, margaret's stand-up special premiers this friday on showtime and will be hitting the road on tour october 1st and marrying people all pa ross.the country. yes. >> p ernext. >> good luck. >> al shares one of his faeorite family pasttimes for the fall. we're going into the roker clan after this. >> uh-oh. >> cute. >> i like that picture. i'm not a fan of putting my personal info
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frost in the air. it's a great -- it's a great afternoon. the one we go to now, there's a guy named farmer al with a tractor, all ford tractor and p ls you out into the apple orchard. there's an apple, y pick it, you like the look of it, you put it in your bag. maybe you see another one you like, you take a couple of bites, you toss it. you've got bags of apples that you'll never finish. can you not possibly make enough pies or cobbler with, but it's more about time together and then afterwards the hot applu. cider donut is the reward. that is perhaps the best pastry you could ever have, a hot apple cider doughnut coated in that brown sugar cinnamon mix, wow. what we do with the apples is my doubt daughter is a bit of a baker now so she's made some pies, some cobblers. we eat them.
i look forward to everything that is involved with the apple picking. i look forward to the going to the apple farm. i look forward to being at the apple farm and look forward to cking the apples, coming home. the smell of an apple pie baking is one of the greatest smells out ere. i mean, there are few greater smells than an a ple pie being baked. >> so true. >> even when you're selling your home to heat up apples and the smell of cookies and cinnamon to draw people in. >> or cookirs. >> and so many great apple picking places all arognd country, and it's a great time. >> i've never been. is there a tip? >> you've never been. >> is there a tip? >> we don't have apple picking in texas. >> that's interesting. >> so is there a tip. i want to go this year. >> find a good place. >> that's not too crowded. >> and make sure they actually do the hay ride and you ride out into the thing and -- you just -- you get the bag and just pick apples. >> just pick. >> it also has to have hot crider apple doughnuts.
>> okay. >> when you're done in and go early. >> ore beat crowd and the good apples get picked. >> i saw a drunk deer. >> what? >> because the am actdally rment and the weer eat them and then they get plowed. it's fantastic. as long as they don't get behind the wheel, that's okay. >> what a horrible story. >> al and drunk bambi. my tuesday trend is all about some fall essentials that i think i'm going to add to my closet. you might want to as well. trying to find some clothes on a good budget. we're talking capes, fringe and centrum brings us the biggest news... in multivitamin history. a moment when something so familiar... becomes something so...new. introducing new centrum vitamints. a multivitamin that contains a full spectrum of essential nutrients...
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super excited. time now for my tuesday lend it and this week we've got the full must have items and i think we're only going to need three things, ladies, to add to our closet anymore. a cape, a mid-calf boot and a fringe back. my buddy and lifestyle editor at guilt.com is here to show us her fave and how to rock them. >> i typically don't like segments that are must have because i think you have you had wear what looks good on you and what you like. >> these are three of the moment trends that really say fall. >> we say these designers, we,
online and now that i'm 1 up years old and starting to save for my retirement. this is the st. laurent and this is isabelle marin and this is a fancy brand from another store. >> these are inspiration. >> these are inspirations because they are a mortgage, so we are going to move over to things that are as hot but not as expenseive. >> that's right. >> our cape, our mid-cap boot and fringe bag, those are the three big trends. >> three big trends. >> i like the mid-calf boot. these are the ones i bought earlier in the season because i have super skinny ageles and ankle boots, so happy they are not in season because they don't look good on me. >> this is the version of a taller booty but lower than the knee-high. >> you know, they are really fantastic and they add a lot of edge so let's talk about capes first. >> got it. >> as far as starter cape, i mean, next level outerwear, this little cape from zara is
perfection. the navy and wool buttons. this is a great cape to get you starteded. >> i love it. getting your first cape, done buy a crazy color or pattern because you'll just love it if you get the basics. >> a cape is fun and has volume and it has mad style. >> and looks super chic. jeans or leggings, pop this on and you're at airport and everyone is stopping you thinking you're a movie star. >> they sure are. >> street style. >> another tip, add long gloves, get yourself a pair of long gloves and you look like audrey hepburn and everybody dying over you. what's next? >> a couple other ways to do capes and all three of our trend starting with this sort of sub trend, blanket cape that you're seeing everywhere. perfect for fall. snuggle up in it and $169, and you can style it any way you want. throw it over the shoulder. >> how much is that. >> this is $169 and now let's talk about our mid-calf boot. >> got it.
>> this is sort of the classic mid-calf boot but it has got some amazing faux snake skin? okay. >> note the sort of chunkier heel. we're seeing a lot of block heels. >> so happy. >> and then the higher boot so this is about eight inches high and these are from aldo, 150, and now let's talk about our fringe bag, tamron. a whole lot of fringe. 12 inches. it's the fold-over clutch and $23 from go gentleman. >> some tweeting me saying $100 bucks for this cape. you'll wear it all year long. could really be your only jacket this season until you get into the colder, colder temperatures and you can belt it as well and you can still wear these in the spring with cute short skirts so you're not just throwing your money away on a one fall thing and don't get all the trend, just one. >> one will really enline your entire wardrobe if you mix it. in our evening look, another classic cape, houndstooth with the faux fur collar.
fur collars are major major this season. also from zara, $19 and a classic that will never ever go out of style. >> capes that i've owned, no kidding, i have one that's 12 years old and wore it last year. where did you get it? 12 years old. >> and you're right on. >> her boots real quick. >> these are a dressier version by guess. again, about 9 inches tall and sort of the pre-slouch and kind of looks like a work and lastly let's talk about her fringe. which we are not wearing. you don't have a fringe. >> saved you money. >> she kept it simple today. >> love it, that's right. >> all of these you choose one of these trends. >> one of these trends. >> and mix it in and it makes your wardrobe feel brand spanking new. >> i love them all. if i had to pick one, i'd pick the cape but i love it all. >> thank you, to our models and back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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it is 64 degrees outside at 9:57 on this tuesday, september 22nd. i'm kerry barrett. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a man to crash a maserati into two stores on long island. he lost control of the car and chicken restaurant. both stores were cleaned at the time but he had to be extra indicated. police are asking any witnesses to give crime stoppers a call. 800-224-tips. today, cloudy, high of 74. tonight, clear and cool. mostly sunny tomorrow. autumn officially tomorrow. 81 is the high. thursday, sunny, couple of clouds for the pope's arrival in new york. 80 degrees. friday, sun and clouds for day two of the pope's visit. 74 is the high. coming up on the "today" show, kathy lee and hoda with joan
one of hoda's faifrlt days. >> september 22nd. >> and it is my first huz sband's birthday and debby boone's as we well. and my first husba desmond thompson. >> i like it. >> and we are having comments on social media because people are so kind all of the time t and wondering why i am not wearing my wedding ring so is soon after my hsdpi y w k tai it t i got back from the giants' game hon honoring my husband and anne mere ra ra and i got someth h and something went right across my face and it was a bumblebee that stung me and i immediately took my ring off, because i knew that i would never get it off. and there is makeup on it.
and it is infected now and i have to go to the doctor, but thank you for the kind and lovely concern, so pleased with uves. oanyway, that is why. and so a great show, and new show called "scream queens" and only jamie lee curtis starring in it. >> it is like "mean girls" meeting prom girls. and so we will also have joan lunden. and she has a new hairdo. >> she is fantastic. >>a w y see it, she looks like pink. i love it. she looks like pink. >> very chic. yes. and elvis is duran, and we adore elvis, and i promise you he was here two weeks ago and he was here for artist of the week, right? >> yes, this young girl 19 years old, and she was noticed in 2011 when she posted something on the
jesse jay's "price tag" which is a great song. money money money forget about the price tag >> and she has a norah jones kind of sound. >> and now her new video has 4.2 million tunes. >> well, she has grown up, and she has a beautiful voice. oh. we are going to be meeting her in a little bit. >> and joy bauer is here, too, and she is go g ing to be transforming cheesy en chill law das to joyful food, and she is going to tear us up, and all under 400 calories so great. >> and we had some fun from the producers of "ellen's" staff, and we didn't know what we were getting
getting into, and they wanted to do a skit, and then they told us bed. >> with strangers. hoe hoda has done it a lot of times, but i never had. re aas you know, i have not seen this in advance, and so is i >> kevin, oh, no. >> where is my shirt? >> where are my pants? >> what happened last night? >> i have no idea. >> i hope we didn't post any pictures. >> oh, no. >> oh, no. >> are those yours? >> yep. >> yep. >> that is not bad. >> that is a cute one. >> oh o, no. >> let's just go to the montage.